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How to Be the Best Damn Faery Godmother in the World (Or Die Trying), Book 3
Narrated by: Ruth Urquhart
Length: 7 hrs and 23 mins
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It's a dirty job when you're a faery godmother...but someone's got to do it. 

Saffron Sawyer's world is spinning out of control in more ways than one. Her newly acquired pooch, Pumpkin, hates her guts and it's highly possible that the trolls are reneging on their promise of temporary peace. Saffron is also on her way to setting the world record for the number of magical wands lost in one month while the continued proximity of Jasper, the emerald-eyed Devil's Advocate, is turning her into a near-helpless lust puddle.

Unfortunately, life is never simple in the Office of Faery Godmother...especially when your past mistakes are preparing to come back and haunt you.

©2019 Helen Harper (P)2020 Tantor

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Very disappointed with the ending. The first two books were pretty good but this one was disappointing. Unnecessary secrets and angst between the main characters. No closure provided, didn’t expect that.

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Loved first 2 BUT.....

I found the first 2 books fun but the 3rd I couldn't finish. I get so tired of angst, when the author starts the tipical main character won't tell what's going on and everyone is keeping secrets I stop reading. I don't know why writers think that angst creates suspense but it doesn't, it starts anxiety and I have enough of that in real life lol. Plus the book has a bad ending as far as I'm concerned ( yes I skipped to the end). I prefer series that each book has an end that way waiting for the next to be published isn't so bad. It would have been a good book if in the end the truth would have come out but it didn't.